Crystal Lagoons Expected to transform Australian town

3 November, 2017 / News
australia

The project that Crystal Lagoons plans to develop in Charters Towers, a city in the state of Queensland, in Australia, would transform the lifestyle and the economy of the town, according to the Australian newspaper “Townsville Bulletin”.

The crystal clear lagoon would have 1.5 hectares and would be developed by Crystal Lagoons, in partnership with Tarleton Property, in the Kernow Charters Towers project. The development investment will reach US$ 2.3 million and is expected to create hundreds of jobs and inject US$ 1.9 million into the town’s economy each year.

“There are great benefits for us (at Tarleton) to build this project, and that’s why we are interested in investing. I am so impatient to get this started… it is going to be a total game-changer”, said Les Bone director of Tarleton Property.  The crystal clear lagoon will be split into private and public sections and be surrounded by residences as well as cafes, restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues. The project could start as early as April and would take around 12 months.

Currently in Australia, Crystal Lagoons is developing its first project, located in the tropical zone of North Queensland. The crystal clear lagoon of 2.2 hectares will be the centerpiece of Botanica real estate project, in the city of Cairns.

“The lagoon at Botanica signals a turning point in Australian real estate development. Crystal Lagoons offers the world’s top amenity and the future residents of Botanica will be the first in Australia to enjoy the lifestyle benefits of an idyllic beach and the pristine water of a man-made lagoon in their backyard”, said Crystal Lagoons’ Oceania Director, Germán Rocca.

 Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.

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